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June 2023

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craft food-friendly American, English, and German ales and lagers that would pair with a menu of elevated pub-grub faves. Kung pao wings, meatballs with burrata, and furikake-topped snow crab fries give way to wood-fired flatbreads (including an agave-based take on hot-honey pies) and burgers, like the "Demi More," which is dressed with roasted garlic cream and a beefy demi-glace-based steak sauce. gravityheights.com Unexpected treasures await at Abnormal Beer Co., e Cork & Craft's inauspicious Rancho Bernardo business park façade. Not only has the eatery been putting out chef-driven, technically precise dishes based around the seasons' bounty for nearly a decade, it also houses an on-site brewery producing all manner of beer, from traditional (blonde, IPA) to out-there (pie-inspired sours and stouts). Cut the richness of a curry brown butter accompanying a Scottish salmon entrée with the bitterness of the house pale ale, or pair a coffee-infused mocha stout with slow- braised short rib in a peanut-butter mole. abnormalbeer.co Earlier this year, North Park Beer Company, one of San Diego's most award-winning breweries, ventured outside its namesake community, installing its first-ever satellite location at the base of the Secoya by the Park building in Bankers Hill. A few months in, the new spot's earning as much praise for its rotation of ales and lagers as an assortment of epic smash burgers and Kennebec fries slathered with rich beer cheese fondue made with NPBC's world-class Hop-Fu! IPA. Fans are also high on a weekend brunch pairing beer-brined chicken "tendies" with Belgian waffles and gravy-smothered biscuits. northparkbeerco.com >> << Indulge dining Abnormal Beer Co. ranchandcoast.com 62 JUNE 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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